NASA nerds are the best nerds.
Rest in peace, you brilliant man.
A fitting tribute. Fahrenheit 451, the temperature at which irony burns.
We learned Wednesday that the great Ray Bradbury has passed on. In memory, here are some odds and ends — photos of him throughout the years, some amusing clips, and what might be his last work, an autobiographical short published online to The New Yorker on June 4th.
Remembering the prolific author of Fahrenheit 451 with his own words.
io9 just broke the news that the beloved author has passed away.
Rad Bradbury slammed the internet in the New York Times last week. In an interview in defense of libraries, Bradbury said: “The Internet is a big distraction”. He followed up with an anecdote about a recent conversation with Yahoo! “Yahoo called me eight weeks ago, they wanted to put a book of mine on Yahoo! You know what I told them? ‘To hell with you. To hell with you and to hell with the Internet.’ It’s distracting, it’s meaningless; it’s not real. It’s in the air somewhere.” Oh, Ray! The internet is distracting? You broke my heart, Ray Bradbury. And “Fahrenheit 451” is only a novella and not that good, so there!!